The Enterprise Europe Network office at Dublin Chamber of Commerce, in association with USAID are hosting a delegation of IT companies from Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Macedonia, Moldova, Serbia and Ukraine on Tuesday 17th October.
The delegation of 30+ IT companies are seeking meetings with Irish companies and IT associations/ clusters to discuss business opportunities in the areas of FinTech, eHealth, Travel Tech, Cyber Security, Telecom, among others.
Key benefits will be – networking and developing new business relationships; exploring new business opportunities (B2B and B2G), including joint ventures, consortiums, joint product development, exploring cooperation opportunities for International Financial Institutions (IFI) projects, internationalization, learning about new markets and export promotion and awareness.
Participants – more than 60 IT SMEs and 10 IT associations/ clusters from Ireland, Northern Ireland and the Western Balkans & South-East Europe, as well as Irish economic/ trade development officials, IFI and IFI beneficiaries, the State Department, the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and the USAID Regional Economic Growth (REG) Program.
Who should attend?
- IT companies (SMEs) involved in FinTech, eHealth, Travel Tech, Cyber Security, Telecoms, etc
- IT associations/ clusters
- Economic/trade development officials
- IFI and IFI beneficiaries